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Our Lady’s College Greenhills hoping to give sports facilities a facelift


Greenhills College has applied for permission to make improvements to is sport facilities.

Greenhills College has applied for permission to make improvements to is sport facilities.

Greenhills College has applied for permission to make improvements to is sport facilities.


Plans have been lodged to improve the sports facilities at Our Lady’s College, Greenhills.

The Board of Management of the Drogheda school has applied to Louth County Council for permission for the existing basketball/tennis court surface to be upgraded and extended and used as a multisport pitch, a new 2.4m fence with 3m high ball stop netting to perimeter of multisport pitch, six 12m high lighting masts to the multisport pitch and all associated site and surface drainage works.

Elsewhere, Eoin Brodigan is seeking permission for the construction of a new single storey dwelling, construction of a new plant room to the rear of the proposed dwelling, new entrance onto the existing private laneway, erection of new boundary fencing and hedgerow, installation of a new proprietary wastewater treatment unit with associated polishing filter bed, a new domestic well and all associated works, at Lynwell, Killineer, Drogheda.

Permission is being sought by Damien Chesser for 3 detached four-bedroom two storey houses and ancillary siteworks including new site access from Blackbush Lane, all on a site circa 0.159 hectares, at Blackbush Lane, Bryanstown, Drogheda.

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Joseph Byrne has applied for permission for a proposed two-storey dwelling house onto the side of existing dwelling house, widening of existing vehicular entrance to allow for 2 additional off-road car parking spaces and all associated site development works, including planning permission to demolish an existing flat roof extension and construction of a proposed two storey extension to the rear of existing dwelling house, new first floor window to the front elevation, new external insulation with render finish externally to the front elevation and all associated site development works, at 106 Pearse Park, Drogheda.

Apartments green light

The way has been cleared by Louth County Council for new apartments in Drogheda.

Rokeby Properties Ltd has been granted permission for the change of use of an existing vacant ground floor retail space to 7 one-bedroom apartment units and internal demolition of 2 stair cores and internal partitions, at South Quay, James Street.

Significant further Information received on 19 May 2022.

RBD Jupiter Ltd. granted permission for the construction of a two-storey building comprising 6 residential units consisting of 4 one-bed and 2 two-bed apartments to the rear of the site, at Benmore, 47 George’s Street, Drogheda.

Also, removal of existing trees to the site and its boundaries; repair, re-render and painting of existing rear boundary wall; repair of existing stone boundary wall to adjacent property which is a protected structure and all associated site services, drainage, lighting and landscaping to be carried out in conjunction with works.

Permission granted to Leah Murray for demolition of a ruin dwelling and the construction of a new two-storey detached dwelling with a conservatory and detached garage and associated landscaping and site works including a new wastewater treatment system and percolation area, at Thomastown, Reaghstown, Ardee.

Significant further information received on 17 May 2022.